Artist Peter Doig Discusses His Show at Michael Werner Gallery
Before his new exhibit at Michael Werner Gallery in New York, the artist Peter Doig previews the work on display.
Doig Peter | Reflection (What Does Your Soul Look Like?), from: Grasshopper Series (1997) | MutualArt
View Reflection (What Does Your Soul Look Like?), from: Grasshopper Series (1997) By Peter Doig; etching in colours; 555 x 452 mm; Signed; Edition. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
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Peter Doig : le maître de la couleur ! - JacquesLanciault.com
Texte et photos de Jacques Lanciault Laval, le 27 janvier 2014 – Une autre superbe exposition vient tout juste de prendre son envol au Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal (MBAM). Cette dernière est intitulée « Nulle terre étrangère » et elle met en vedette les œuvres souvent gigantesques d’un peintre écossais âgé de 54 ans, …
Peter Doig's Restless City
I have always thought it unfair that Peter Doig is chiefly known for the headlines associated with the sale of his “White Canoe” painting by Charles Saatchi at auction in 2007 for £5.7 million ($9.31M). This made him Europe’s most expensive living painter and the acknowledgement was accompanied by all the market-related press and interest that such titles generate.